We’re being asked to write and balance the described reaction.
Before balancing the chemical reaction, let’s first write the chemical formula of each of the compounds involved in the reaction.
Carbon disulfide (liquid)
• 1st nonmetal: carbon
▪ no prefix (only 1)
▪ symbol: C
• 2nd nonmetal: disulfide
▪ di→ 2
▪ sulfide → sulfur → symbol: S
• Chemical formula: CS2(l)
Ammonia (gas) → NH3(g)
Give the balanced equation for the following chemical reaction: Carbon disulfide liquid reacts with ammonia gas to produce hydrogen sulfide gas and solid ammonium thiocyanate (NH4SCN).
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